Sullivan Street Bakery
Try the pizza bianca ($2). "This light slab of chewy and crispy Roman-style flatbread comes topped with extra virgin olive oil, sea salt and rosemary. No other ingredients required."
Real Cheap Eats
Gansevoort Hotel Group
Best Bomboloni: The one filled with vanilla pastry cream is our favorite, but the chunky caramelized apple and raspberry are excellent as well.
We returned to Sullivan Street Bakery while compiling our "10 Best Loaves of Bread in NYC" list, and dubbed their green olive loaf number one!
Great bread, tasty sandwiches, and some standout sweets. Don't miss the pizza bianca on your first visit.
Bread bakers are mad geniuses & none fit the description better than the quirky Jim Lahey. His pane Pugliese (a crunchy, dark-brown loaf) and pizza Bianca (an airy flatbread) are NY food masterpieces.
Bon Appetit Magazine
Just around the corner from our office, Sullivan Street Bakery is the ultimate spot to get a quick and delicious lunch. Their flatbread pizzas are amazing, especially the potato and funghi ones.
Zucchini flatbread pizza is great!
Get there before noon to grab a Savory Brioche. It's Heaven.
Can't find better than their Truccio Sare and flatbreads
If there are any olive strecci left when you show up, get 'em. All of them.
pizza funghi. pmb panino. pork + peach panino. chocolate torte. as maria sang, "these are a few of my favourite things..."
Try the Schiacciata con l'uva, an Italian flatbread. The surface is strewn with tiny wine grapes and anise seeds, and the bread is slightly sweet. Great for breakfast or dessert!
Savory Canotto w/ brioche dough, gruyere, prosciutto, fennel seed, & mascarpone is my 1st pick of savory items. And for my fave sweet one, I'd take any one of their Canottos Dolce w/ seasonal fruit.
The Canotto Salato is amazing. A row of cubed pieces of prosciutto lay on top of a bed of mascarpone, gruyere, and sprinkled with some fennel seed. Oh--and the bread is a perfect pillow of goodness.
Panettone are here!
Easily the best bomboloni in the city. It's a trek to get here, but well worth it.
The Corcoran Group
Prosciutto and mozzarella panini is sublime
Ask and they'll tell you which breads are used at restaurants